Forget the baguettes, berets and charming cafés. Paris during the French Revolution is not the setting we all know from those picture-perfect postcards. During that tumultuous time, the City of Light was a place of unbridled terror, where obscene extravagance flourished in the face of abject squalor. The French Revolution was bloody. It was brutal. But it was also full of big ideas and grandiose notions. It was a time of change – and a time that changed everything. In other words, the ultimate setting for Assassin’s Creed Unity, this year’s next-gen-only offering in the fabled franchise.